The body of research into the benefits of EPA and DHA omega-3s has been growing for decades, to the point that there are now almost 4000 human clinical trials. Monitoring and understanding the nuances of the research is important for furthering omega-3 science and communicating broadly about omega-3 benefits. GOED, the Global Organization of EPA and DHA Omega-3s, has spent the last several years building a searchable clinical study database that curates and organizes all EPA and DHA studies in one place.
Join us on Wednesday, June 23, at 10:00 a.m. CDT (Chicago, USA; UTC-5) for a live demo of this important clinical tool. We’ll showcase the tool’s ability to detail the number of positive, negative and neutral studies on a given topic as well as identify the key influencers and journals in the field, and we’ll also demonstrate what study findings have shown about a particular health outcome by demographic, dosage, and connected results.
Register now to see this tool in action and explore its many applications.